Miller took a stunning one-handed catch on the boundary line to send Shikhar Dhawan back to the pavilion. Such was the quality of the catch, that even Dhawan and his non-strike partner Virat Kohli could only look at each other in awe.
Dhawan ran down the pitch to go big over the long-on boundary. He didn't get the timing he wanted but the shot looked strong enough to cross the boundary with a bounce. Miller, however, had other plans.
The South African fielder came running down from the long-on boundary, dived and stretched his right hand to take a blinder to send the Indian opener back in the dressing room.
Take a look:
DAVID MILLER TAKES A SCRIMER!!!🙌🔥💥— W a s i f 🏏🔥 (@_cricketFreak) September 18, 2019
WHAT A CATCH!!!! Shikhar Dhawan Gone for 40! pic.twitter.com/QsjU4T6oBb
India, however, still look strong in their chase of 150, as Virat Kohli is now joined by Rishabh Pant. Shreyas Iyer and Hardik Pandya are still to come for the hosts.